While onboard the Tiki, Frank, Kasey, Mitchell and Eric caught epic surf with overhead waves the entire time. It seemed that as the week went on, the waves just got bigger and no one was disappointed. When not surfing, Stormy instructed the four surfers with the Resort Dive course. This was a new experience for most of them and one they won't soon forget. When diving in the Caribbean you see reefs, caves, wrecks and sea life you would only expect to see in an aquarium setting. The visibility is always a comfortable sixty to one hundred feet plus, with the water temperature ranging from seventy eight to eighty four degrees. A perfect setting for the ultimate Caribbean vacation.
While the surfers were being occupied, Sheila, Wendie and I took off on our own Island adventure. After tying the skiff to a remote dock, we hopped in the back of an open-air pickup/taxi and headed for the pristine beaches where we snorkeled, beach combed and enjoyed a round of local drink concoctions at the colorful tiki bar. When back on board, Wendie and Sheila launched the two kayaks and headed off towards another secluded beach for a little exploration. When touring the Islands, everyone would agree that the Bamba Shack at Apple Bay, is definitely a Kodak moment with it's island flare décor. Words can't describe it, it's a must see. Once again when it's time for the charter to leave, it's like saying goodbye to best friends. Being Ocean City locals, we will surely see them on our return to Maryland this summer. PS: remember ladies, never say you can't, because you found you could. Anyone for snorkeling???